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Murat Youssuf
Large 13165 x1080 Video. What Format?
on Oct 21, 2013 at 8:22:30 am

I was wondering if it was possible to render a playable 4 minute video in this format. It should be played in a loop on 360 degree screen projected with 8 beamers and soft edge technology. Screen height is 2500mm and perimeter is 30473 mm. Though I'm not responsible for the installation at the event, I`m "only" responsible to render this film.
I tried quicktime mov inconjunction with foto-jpeg codec out of After Effects and media encoder. The 3 second test is not playing stable, some times it shows only a blank screen (and also I exported blank jpg-sequences for test purposes out of this video)


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Walter Soyka
Re: Large 13165 x1080 Video. What Format?
on Oct 21, 2013 at 10:42:14 am

Media like this is rarely played back from a single machine. You need technical information on the playback device in order to deliver the media appropriately.

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Or Israel
Re: Large 13165 x1080 Video. What Format?
on Oct 21, 2013 at 6:54:25 pm

Hi,

From my experience with domes and 360 deg. videos, it will be better to split the videos into sections. Than you would have to play 2-3 videos on each machine - using software to synchronize them.


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